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Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd (DAIR.SI)

DAIR.SI on Stock Exchange of Singapore

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24 May 2019
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Dairy Farm Int Hldings Sees FY Results To Be Impacted By Increasing Costs
Thursday, 8 Nov 2018 

Nov 8 (Reuters) - Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd ::BUSINESSES PRODUCED MIXED RESULTS IN Q3.CHALLENGES ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE FOR REMAINDER OF YEAR.FULL YEAR RESULTS ARE ALSO EXPECTED TO BE IMPACTED BY INCREASING COSTS.PERFORMANCE OF HONG KONG FOOD BUSINESS HAS SOFTENED.FOOD BUSINESSES ACROSS SOUTHEAST ASIA CONTINUE TO FACE SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES IN QUARTER.  Full Article

Dairy Farm International Holdings Announces Partnership With Robinsons Retail Holdings
Friday, 23 Mar 2018 

March 23 (Reuters) - Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd ::TO PARTNER WITH ROBINSONS RETAIL HOLDINGS (RRHI) TO BUILD A FOOD RETAIL BUSINESS IN PHILIPPINES​.TO EXCHANGE INTEREST IN RSCI FOR NEW SHARES IN RRHI REPRESENTING 12.15% OF ITS ENLARGED SHARE CAPITAL AT ABOUT US$346 MILLION.TO ALSO ACQUIRE A FURTHER 6.1% INTEREST OF ENLARGED SHARE CAPITAL FROM EXISTING CONTROLLING SHAREHOLDERS AT US$174 MILLION.DAIRY FARM EXPECTS TO FUND INVESTMENT THROUGH A COMBINATION OF EXISTING CASH AND BORROWINGS.  Full Article

Dairy Farm International posts HY ‍profit of $213 million
Thursday, 3 Aug 2017 

Aug 3 (Reuters) - Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd :HY ‍profit attributable to shareholders $213 million versus $199​ million.Declared interim dividend of US¢6.50 per share.HY ‍sales $5.51 billion versus $5.56 billion.Outlook for remainder of year is expected to remain challenging for supermarket and hypermarket activities in Southeast Asia​.  Full Article

Dairy Farm Int'l says Ian Mcleod to become CEO
Friday, 23 Jun 2017 

June 23 (Reuters) - Dairy Farm Int'l Holdings Ltd (DAIR.SI>:Ian Mcleod to succeed Graham Allan as group Chief Executive .  Full Article

SE Asia Stocks-Most end higher after tepid trade; Singapore slips

* Singapore sole loser, banks and real estate weigh * Caution ahead of China industrial output data subdues sentiment * Philippines cuts GDP growth target for 2019 after bell By Rashmi Ashok March 13 Most Southeast Asian stocks closed higher in lacklustre trade on Wednesday, while Singapore slipped as caution prevailed ahead of China's industrial output data. Singapore stocks were the sole losers in the region, ending 0.5 percent lower. China's January-Februa